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Election Reflection | December 2019 | Louisiana Public Square
LPB news anchor, Natasha Williams moderates “The 2019 Gubernatorial Campaign.” Panelists are: 
•	Richard Carbo, Campaign Manager, John Bel for Louisiana 
•	Jared Arsement, Media Consultant, John Bel for Louisiana
•	Bryan Reed, Campaign Manager, Eddie for Governor
•	Luke Letlow, Chief of Staff, U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham
•	Lionel Rainey, Consultant, Ralph Abraham for Governor
Melinda Deslatte, reporter for the Associated Press, moderates “The Future of the Legislature.” Panelists are: 
•	Sen. John Alario, Jr. –R; District 8, for three consecutive terms
•	Jeremy Alford, publisher of LaPolitics
•	Rep. Pat Smith-D; District 67
•	Liz Mangham, Southern Strategy Group
•	Rep. Barry Ivey-R; District 65

December 2019 - Election Reflection 2019

LPB joins with the LSU Manship School’s Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs to recap the 2019 gubernatorial and legislative races. Political strategists from each campaign give insider information on the race for Governor, and what the outcome might mean moving into the 2020 presidential election. Former legislators and state politicos also examine the implications of the substantial turnover in the state legislature. Catch “Election Reflection 2019” December 18 at 7pm on LPB.

LPB news anchor, Natasha Williams moderates “The 2019 Gubernatorial Campaign.” Panelists are:

  • Richard Carbo, Campaign Manager, John Bel for Louisiana
  • Jared Arsement, Media Consultant, John Bel for Louisiana
  • Bryan Reed, Campaign Manager, Eddie for Governor
  • Luke Letlow, Chief of Staff, U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham
  • Lionel Rainey, Consultant, Ralph Abraham for Governor

Melinda Deslatte, reporter for the Associated Press, moderates “The Future of the Legislature.” Panelists are:

  • Sen. John Alario, Jr. –R; District 8, for three consecutive terms
  • Jeremy Alford, publisher of LaPolitics
  • Rep. Pat Smith-D; District 67
  • Liz Mangham, Southern Strategy Group
  • Rep. Barry Ivey-R; District 65


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